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Bright field imaging

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Bright field imaging

(Science: microscopy) An imaging mode in a transmission electron microscopy that uses only unscattered electrons to form the image. Contrast in such an image is due entirely to mass-thickness variations in amorphous samples, and may include diffraction contrast in crystalline samples.